What Is A Work Injury?

If you have been injured in the course of your employment, in a work accident or an accident on your way to or from work or during a work break, you may be entitled to workers’ compensation or common law damages. We explain the types of work injuries and how you can find out how much you may get in the link below…

What’s A Common Law Claim For Work Injury In Qld?

When we talk about a Common Law Claim for damages, we are talking about what is commonly known as a lawsuit.

We go in to detail and lay out if, how, and who can help you run a Common Law Claim against your employer to recover damages for your work injuries. Just click the link below to read the full FAQ.

How To Bring A Common Law Claim For A Work Injury In Qld

Under workers’ compensation legislation in Queensland, if you have had a workers’ compensation claim, and you wish to proceed with a Common Law claim for damages for your injury, you need to be very careful what steps you take when your workers’ compensation claim is coming to an end…

Injured Workers & The 6% DPI Threshold

The Workers’ Compensation & Rehabilitation Act 2003 introduced the 6% impairment threshold for work injury claims. Find out more how this affects you.

Returning To Work After An Injury

Having a work-related injury can have a big impact on your life.  In these circumstances, getting back to work is important to your overall health and well-being. The sooner you start planning to return to work, the earlier you can do so. Both you and your employer play an important part in this process. Here are some of the things you should know about returning to work after an accident or injury…

Workplace Accident & Injury Compensation In Queensland

There are jobs that are simply dangerous by nature, so in this situation it is important to ensure the safety of the workplace as well its workers.  There are other jobs that aren’t dangerous in nature, and this is where employers need to take into consideration the overall health and wellbeing of employees…

5% Threshold And Work Injury Claims

Workers thought that they could breathe a little easier after the Queensland State Government handed down a decision in mid 2013 that it was going to retain the Queensland workers’ compensation system in relation to workers’ rights to pursue common law damages for work injuries…

Fatal Work Accidents Claims Made By Dependants

When a person has died as a result of a work-related event or latent onset injury, a claim can be made by their family or by a person defined as a ‘dependant’ under the Workers’ Compensation and Rehabilitation Act 2003…